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How to Support Anxious Adult Learners Online

Many adult learners find online learning sends their anxiety levels soaring sky high. It’s not because they’re not up to the challenge. It’s not because […]

How to Support Online Students During the Pandemic

Online learning is challenging at the best of times. Students have many demands on their time and energy, and study must be fitted in around […]

Online Teaching: Effective Strategies for Overwhelmed Teachers

The recent shift to teaching online has been sudden and widespread. It’s been difficult for many teachers to navigate this different teaching setting, especially with […]

How To Engage Online Students Using Positive Language

Maintaining online student engagement is an ongoing challenge. Much has been written on the topic, with a range of innovative suggestions offered, such as gamification, […]

How to Use Hashtags on Twitter: The 4 Minute Guide

Do you need some serious guidance on how to use Twitter hashtags?   You’re not alone.   Many online teachers and coaches don’t know how […]

What to Tweet: 10 Tweet Ideas for Online Teachers

Oh, what to tweet? What to tweet?   For many online teachers and coaches, finding something worthy to tweet about is a real dilemma.   […]

Teachers on Twitter: 20 Twitter Mistakes to Avoid!

It’s easy for teachers on Twitter to feel a little out of their depth.   You probably have zero time to learn about hashtags and […]

The Art of Giving Feedback to Online Learners

To be an effective online teacher, it’s crucial to master the art of giving feedback to online learners.   This is no easy task. It […]

How to Make A Reference List (Without Eye of Newt)

This quick reference guide involves zero black magic.   But many new students are convinced that referencing is the work of the devil. They take […]

8 Ways To Simplify Your Online Teaching Approach

In online teaching, simpler is usually better! Most online students start out feeling overwhelmed – perhaps as early as week one of your course. Usually, […]

How to Teach Online Like a Superhero

I believe online teachers are real life superheroes.   Of course we are. We impart new skills and knowledge. We change lives by offering our […]

20 Practical Twitter Tips for Online Teachers

Twitter is a seriously overlooked professional tool for online teachers.   It’s so much more than a time-wasting distraction for teenagers.   Use it the […]

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